Monthly Archives: April 2013

ABA Eyes Tighter Bar-Passage Rule for Law Schools

The American Bar Association’s bar passage-rate requirement for law schools may soon become more straightforward but harder to meet.

The ABA committee revising the law school accreditation standards is poised to endorse a new rule that would require at least 80 percent of a school’s graduates to pass the bar within two years of graduation—an increase […]

ABA Eyes Tighter Bar-Passage Rule for Law Schools 2017-10-02T13:34:07+00:00

Need Legal Help? Read These Tips To Find A Lawyer

Do you need a lawyer for a legal matter? Do you wish to learn how to choose a great lawyer that can help with your needs. Read on to see how to choose the best lawyer for your case.

A good tip to remember if you’re thinking about hiring a lawyer is to take your time […]

Need Legal Help? Read These Tips To Find A Lawyer 2017-10-02T13:28:00+00:00

Wage-and-Hour Lawsuits Surge in New York Federal Courts

The number of wage-and-hour lawsuits has skyrocketed in New York federal courts, exceeding already-accelerating national trends.

The lawsuits, brought by workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act, generally claim employers did not pay sufficient wages or overtime, often contending they misclassified workers as exempt from overtime payments.

Among New York’s four federal district courts, the largest increases […]

Wage-and-Hour Lawsuits Surge in New York Federal Courts 2017-01-07T18:39:21+00:00

What You Must Know About Finding A Lawyer

Lawyers, rightly or wrongly, often have a reputation for being somewhat less than straightforward and honorable. However, by taking the time to learn about selecting and working together with a lawyer, you will come to see that not all lawyers are created equal. Continue reading to learn ways to make your relationship with the legal […]

What You Must Know About Finding A Lawyer 2017-10-02T13:28:25+00:00